By Eva Armengol, Enric Plaza (auth.), Jean-Paul Haton, Mark Keane, Michel Manago (eds.)
This ebook offers a variety of revised refereed papers taken from the contributions to the second one ecu Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning, EWCBR-94, held on the Abbaye de Royaumont close to Paris in November 1994. The 22 papers integrated have been selected from a complete of 60 submissions. the $64000 evolution by means of skilled synthetic intelligence over the past few years has been basically inspired through case-based reasoning, rather by means of the realm of knowledge-based choice help. This booklet files the development completed in CBR tools and instruments throughout the very contemporary earlier. It additionally outlines the significant luck accomplished within the functions area, particularly within the fields of structure and computer-aided layout, job making plans, chemical synthesis, upkeep and analysis, and law.
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Advances in Case-Based Reasoning: Second European Workshop, EWCBR-94 Chantilly, France, November 7–10, 1994 Selected Papers by Eva Armengol, Enric Plaza (auth.), Jean-Paul Haton, Mark Keane, Michel Manago (eds.)